\"arrow\"testimony of Thomas Martyn  p-link

#14: John Palmer  c.  Christopher Manser  - Witness for Plaintiff, 1487-02-23
sourceLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065, 14r
summaryAgrees with previous witness, Roger Carpenter, except that he testifies that these events took place in the second or third week of last Lent.
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placenamesLondon - St. Katherine Cree 
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Thomas Martyn of the parish of St. Katherine aforesaid, brewer, where he has lived for fifteen years, illiterate, of free condition, thirty-six years old or thereabouts, as he says. Inducted as a witness etc., he says that he has known John Palmer for four years and Christopher Manser for a year or thereabouts. Questioned further regarding the second article of the libel, he agrees with Roger Carpenter examined above, except that he says that these doings were in the second or third week of last Lent. To the third and fourth articles of the libel, he says that he knows nothing concerning their contents. To the fifth and sixth articles of the libel, he says that the things he said above are true, and concerning fame he knows nothing.Thomas Martyn de parrochia sancte Katerine predicta, pandoxator, ubi moram traxit per xv annos, illiteratus, libere condicionis, xxxvita annorum etatis vel circiter ut dicit. Testis et cetera, dicit quod Johannem Palmer per iiiior annos, Christoferum Manser per annum vel circiter bene novit ut dicit. Ulterius interrogatus iste juratus de et super iido articulo dicti libelli dicit et concordat iste juratus cum Rogero Carpenter superius examinato excepto quod dicit quod hec acta erant in iida vel tercia septimana xlme ultime preterite. Ad iii et iiiitum articulos dicti libelli, dicit quod nescit deponere de contentis in eisdem. Ad v et vitum articulos dicti libelli, dicit quod superius per eum dicti sunt vera, de fama nescit deponere.